Once upon a time there was a boy who wanted a soda. Not just any soda mind you but a Topo-Sabores Peach soda to be precise. You see a lion once told the boy that Topo-Sabores Peach soda was delicious but this lion wasn’t always to be trusted since he always seemed to regard Topo-Sabores products at the highest level. One day a magical wizard named Abel gave the boy a bottle of the peach concoction under one condition… that he review it and put it up in the town square for all to see. Of course the boy obliged and ran home with his bottle of Topo-Sabores Peach. When he finally arrived at his home he gazed in wonder at the cool bottle in his hands. Glancing over the contents of the bottle he noticed that this contained both cane sugar and some form of black magic called high fructose corn syrup. Confused he decided he better not think about it too much or he might fall ill. Quickly he broke the seal hoping to get a whiff of what majesty lay before him.
It was certainly peaches, or at least black magic made to taste like peaches, that populated the inside of this container. While he hadn’t tasted this bubble nectar just yet his nose wouldn’t lie to him… would it?
Putting the lip of the bottle to his own he tilted it back to finally enjoy what the wizard had given him. A broad smile crossed his face as the sweet peach soda raced across his tongue quickly being chased off by a horde of bubbles giving the soda a sharp contrasting after taste. This wasn’t as smooth as he believed it would be, as this wasn’t the boys first peach soda, but he enjoyed it nonetheless. Out of nowhere a dragon came lumbering along flicking its tongue moving closer and closer to the boy’s soda. Panicking the boy ran off forgetting the Topo-Sabores behind him. Looking over his shoulder he saw it was too late for him to save his soda… by the look on the dragon’s face it was to be consumed quickly. The boy’s mood dropped as he remembered how much he enjoyed the peach flavoring, caused by black magic or not. “Wait a minute,” the boy said allowed, “if a wizard made this for me shouldn’t it be the best soda I’ve ever had? I mean he is a wizard and all. This soda is enjoyable but a wizard should be able to create something out of this world.” With that the boy walked into town square ready to post his review. “Where is the soda the wizard gave you? Wasn’t it most special? Do you think he could make me one?” a passing peasant pondered. “It was alright.” The boy responded. “Don’t bother asking him to make you one though. You’re better off…
Verdict - …Buying a Bottle”
Epilogue – As the years passed the boy grew and matured. He made a lot of friends along the way and did some pretty amazing stuff. That boy grew up to be Abraham Lincoln.
To this day no one knows what happened to the dragon. Some say he size was exaggerated, others say he still walks among us. I guess we'll never know.